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Kitsuné Maison 8 – Album Review

Opening the album up with French Horn Rebellion’s “Up All Night,” I thought I was a contestant on some cheesy Japanese game show! Cute-fun song, but a lil too cheesy for me to actually enjoy. It did however, act as the catalyst to blast-off an album full of joyous and sexy tracks that will evoke […]

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Bobby Birdman “New Moods” – Album Review

Drawn like hot buttah over a phat lobster tail of beats, if you like to move and groove, you need to get on Bobby Birdman’s latest album “New Moods.” Bobby has quite the smooth vocals ready to melt any girl’s heart. Combine that with a an exotic potpourri of beats, enticing guitars, unstoppable drumlines and […]

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The Strange Boys Making Moves With New Label, Tour and Album

If you have yet to check out the Strange Boys, you best get on it. These guys are pretty rockin’ and are sittin’ pretty on my hot list. We recently caught them at FYF Fest where they brought out members of Mika Miko (Jenna) and Darker My Love out for a killer set. Set to […]

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Deer Tick Announces New iTunes Exclusive EP, “More Fuel For the Fire”

As the title would suggest, Deer Tick’s “More Fuel for the Fire” EP tops off an explosive 2009 for the band that released Rolling Stone’s “country-rock breakthrough of the year” nine months earlier. Taken mostly from a month-long recording session in upstate New York nicknamed “The Black Dirt Sessions”, “More Fuel for the Fire” features […]

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“Houseboat” by Sleep Whale – Album Review

From the moment the “Houseboat” starts, you know you are going on a journey. These North Texans will take you on a trip through ambient swirls and electronic twirls amidst gentle tinkering strings and echoed vocals. This is not your usual good ol’ boys from the South. Experimental and mostly instrumental, Sleep Whale’s debut is […]

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The Soft Pack to Release Debut Album in February 2010

I remember catching the guys back in my San Diego days when they were called The Muslims. Looks like the chaps have done exceedingly well as The Soft Pack, playing shows all across the globe and touring with both the Breeders and Franz Ferdinand. The Soft Pack will release their self-titled, debut album on Kemado […]

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“Introducing” by Brilliant Colors

It seems as thought more and more all-fem rock bands are sprouting from the dark and into the musical light. From the recently broken up Mika Miko, to Those Darlins and more, San Francisco gives us yet another set of rockettes you’ll want to add to your playlist. Check out this hot threesome, Brilliant Colors. […]

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Meet Slayer at Hot Topic Hollywood & Highland! WTF?

Yep, you read the headline right! Apparently the always-fuckin-awesome shred-heads, Slayer will be making an appearance at Hot Topic at Hollywood & Highland. Hot Topic? What the fuck is up with that? Isn’t Hot Topic like emo-screamoville these days. Regardless, it’s SLAYER! Get on it! Beginning on 11/3, purchase the Slayer CD, “World Painted Blood,” […]

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Monsters of Folk Self Titled Debut Album Review

Just as basketball has its “all-star” team, music has its “supergroups.” Quickly taking reign in the supergroup ranks alongside The Dead Weather and Them Crooked Vultures, Monsters of Folk are quickly becoming of my favorite new bands. With their self-titled debut album featuring acclaimed musicians – Bright Eyes’ Conor Oberst and Mike Mogis, My Morning […]

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Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson 2009 US Fall Tour Dates!

My favorite Brooklyn indie crooner, Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson, is on tour! Finally, I’ll get to see him live and I suggest you check the dates below for a show nearest you. This guy is absolutely amazing. With members of Grizzly Bear and TV On The Radio’s Kyp Malone up in the mix on his […]

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